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Barbieri FONT Download

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Download nowDesigner: Ramiro Espinoza
Publisher: Retype
Barbieri is a casual, compressed san-serif family based on German lettering styles from the 1950s and ’60s. The original hand-drawn alphabet appeared on the cover of a German recording.

Retype Foundry is a two-person independent digital type foundry based in The Hague. Ramiro Espinoza, who founded the company in 2007, manages it in close collaboration with his partner, editorial designer Paula Mastrangelo. Retype’s catalogue reflects the pair’s interest in editorial design and a keen familiarity with Dutch type history.

Discerning design studios and art directors looking for solid, modern-looking type families will find in Retype a well-crafted and diverse selection of typefaces, many of which have won design awards. The foundry’s work meets even the most exacting requirements for aesthetics, legibility, and originality.

Companies in need of a unique visual identity can also turn to Retype for custom typeface design, as well as the fine-tuning of existing fonts, pieces of lettering, and logos.

Supported languages: German, Spanish, Dutch, English, Polish, Russian, French, Czech, Swedish, Portuguese, Catalan, Italian, Slovenian, Maltese, Arabic, Devanagari, Greek, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hebrew, Chinese (hk), Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Turkish, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Bengali, Kannada, Cherokee, Thai, Armenian, Belarusian, Danish, Macedonian, Ukrainian, Norwegian, Serbian, Telugu, Malayalam, IPA, Latvian, Chinese Pinyin, Finnish, Filipino, Malay, Croatian, Kazakh, Romanian, Persian, Indonesian, Slovak, Hindi

File Size: 5.73 MB

Release date: July 15, 2020

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